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Poster: Diamondhead Date: Sep 21, 2011 4:35pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: breaking (up) news

How many years were the Grateful Dead great? Personally, I don't think many groups or folks were great for more than six.

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Poster: Mandojammer Date: Sep 23, 2011 6:04am
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Well, from my perspective, they will have been great for about 46 years this coming Friday (my 50th birthday).

Someone check my math....

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Poster: micah6vs8 Date: Sep 23, 2011 6:20am
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Happy Birthday my man. I wish you a fine dram and your desire. Here's to many more!

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Poster: Mandojammer Date: Sep 23, 2011 6:36am
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Thanks Sean -

I keep telling myself 50 is just a number. Mrs. Mando agrees, but also reminds me it is a big number.

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Poster: rastamon Date: Sep 23, 2011 6:50am
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Happy birthday!

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Poster: wisconsindead Date: Sep 21, 2011 5:27pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: breaking (up) news

GD was certainly great for longer than 6 years. Much longer.

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Poster: ringolevio Date: Sep 21, 2011 5:46pm
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To hear some people tell it, the Grateful Dead were good for about six weeks, in the spring of 1968 or maybe it was 1969. After that, pfffft, nothin' worth listening to.

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Poster: Arbuthnot Date: Sep 21, 2011 6:21pm
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i see you've been reading my posts, quite closely it seems too

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Poster: ringolevio Date: Sep 21, 2011 6:34pm
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LOL

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Poster: wisconsindead Date: Sep 21, 2011 5:55pm
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sarcasm?

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Poster: ringolevio Date: Sep 21, 2011 6:00pm
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A verrrrrry slight exaggeration. Regarding some people's views, that is (not mine).

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Poster: wisconsindead Date: Sep 21, 2011 6:02pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: breaking (up) news

word up. The grateful dead made magic their entire career. It just became much less frequent as the years continued, or varied from period to period etc. the 90's being the most obvious decline in playing. Anyone who says theres nothing good post brent, keith or pig is delusional, simple as that.

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Poster: Cliff Hucker Date: Sep 21, 2011 6:20pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: breaking (up) news

I guess it's pretty obvious when you got on the bus...

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Poster: RBNW....new and improved! Date: Sep 21, 2011 7:02pm
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yup ....the bus was.... out of service !!!!!!!!

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Poster: William Tell Date: Sep 21, 2011 8:41pm
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Smarty pants; actually, I love this thread (got my CREAM comments in...perfect!): I give them EXACTLY six yrs.

Always have: 65-71. No exaggeration. Hey, I only give CREAM two yrs, so cut me some slack.

;)

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Poster: ringolevio Date: Sep 21, 2011 8:51pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: breaking (up) news

Hm, ok, I didn't realize you went as far back as '65 (seriously? there's stuff worth listening to from '65? if you say so. I'm highly unlikely to listen to '65, to me that's like, you're missing the point, but I know I can't really say that, you saw them an awful lot more than I ever did). anyway.

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Poster: William Tell Date: Sep 21, 2011 8:54pm
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Wait a minute--you really haven't been reading my posts? I've been saying the first six yrs for...well, six yrs, almost...har, har; but seriously.

Oh yeah--the garage band stuff is a lot more fun than one of my 78 "yawn" shows (Grendel?)...Early Morning Rain? Phil? YOu gotta love it!

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Poster: ringolevio Date: Sep 21, 2011 8:57pm
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No, I read your posts, I guess I just can't believe you're serious about '66. Seriously, that is of historical interest, but it's hard for me to believe anyone seriously argues they were BETTER then than in, say, '76. I think you stretch your point a bit :) I will listen to '66 but it's out of interest in their history, the same way I will listen to something from the '90's - occasionally, for interest and because there are worthwhile bits here and there. If I had to explain the Grateful Dead to someone who had just arrived from another planet, I wouldn't suggest they start listening to '66 or '95.

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Poster: William Tell Date: Sep 21, 2011 10:06pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: breaking (up) news

Right; I'd go right to one of the studio albums, either from 70.

But, March of 67 would number three, with Golden Road, and that links to 65 and 66 quite closely.

So, like you, I see the historical roots of 65 as critical, and say, thus "65-71 are the best yrs, IMHO" just as I would say CREAM was great, but would pick 67 over 66 or 68 to introduce someone to them (well analogy breaks down cause they were still great in 68, but that would be like the DEAD if they stopped in 71...well, okay, 72 or 73 would be acceptable).

Assume that makes sense...

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Poster: Diamondhead Date: Sep 21, 2011 8:01pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: breaking (up) news

Therefore they were better than REM. Logic always wins out.

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Poster: Cliff Hucker Date: Sep 21, 2011 6:27pm
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Why, because you started going to shows?

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Poster: wisconsindead Date: Sep 21, 2011 6:31pm
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guess i tripped your trigger eh partner?

You know I never saw them cliff. The concert experience is totally separate from the listening experience. Never saw them so this is how I judge them, by the music, not by any of the stuff that all you folks went through, good or bad.

Do you seriously feel that the dead only had a few good years?

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Poster: Cliff Hucker Date: Sep 21, 2011 6:42pm
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I honestly cant find much worth listening to that was performed after 1981...

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Poster: wisconsindead Date: Sep 21, 2011 6:52pm
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I just don't get it, if anything I would think brents crazy key sound in 79-81 would drive you crazy.

My life wouldn't be as good if I hadn't heard that dew from 94, and it wouldnt be as good if I didnt hear it a bunch more. My argument is that there are goodies in every year. In general the dead seemed to stop the consistency of putting out epic shows after 74. Before this it was rare to have a month without a jaw dropper in the mix. Post 74 they became fewer and more far between. 77 was the exception. The rest are typically riddled with average performances with a gem or two. Then you might get something really great like the Alpine 89 run, or in fact that whole month of july. But again that was a rarity. I wont argue that 68-74 are the most consistently amazing years. But theres plenty of dead out there I love from other years, and I dont care about shows, i care about versions of songs.

the kid and the cliff, perma-head-butting.

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Poster: Cliff Hucker Date: Sep 21, 2011 7:07pm
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Who's Brent?

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Poster: wisconsindead Date: Sep 21, 2011 7:11pm
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which is why i don't get you stop at 81...

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Poster: rdenirojb87 Date: Sep 21, 2011 7:28pm
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Although you are now my enemy after what you've said about Clapton, I have pretty much the same opinion about the Dead's greatness through their career. There is way too much good music from the 80's and even 90's to dismiss those years. Sure they weren't as consistent but there were still so many magical shows that I would never only listen to 60's & 70's Dead. Although maybe 85% of my collection is from '66 - '74, I often seek something different and many of the later shows are perfect for that. I even love some of '95. Some of the most beautiful Jerry ballads were from the mid 90's.

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Poster: wisconsindead Date: Sep 21, 2011 7:39pm
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lmao.

;)

DIE YOU BLUES LOVING ASS!

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Poster: rdenirojb87 Date: Sep 21, 2011 4:47pm
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Clapton has had so many phases of greatness

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Poster: Tidewater four ten O nine Date: Sep 21, 2011 5:31pm
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err, you mean Layla and take Duane Allman & Bobby Whitlock out of the equation and what have you got left - not a lot ......

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Poster: lobster12 Date: Sep 22, 2011 8:03am
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I even liked him during his blow-dried hair/white slacks period of the mid 80's. His Behind the Sun album is really good. I always liked See What Love Can do from that album then I found out Jerry did that tunes a few times with his band

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Poster: Diamondhead Date: Sep 21, 2011 5:18pm
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Can't agree. From my perspective, he had one blazingly great and then spent the last 40 years making good. OTOH, his bio is an interesting read.

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Poster: rdenirojb87 Date: Sep 21, 2011 5:57pm
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1965-1970 were GREAT. Bluesbreakers, lots of Cream, D&D, Blind Faith, and Delaney and Bonnie and Friends all in 5 years!

I consider 1974 to be great. '73 and '77 were good. '91 and '92. Even in 2011 he is still playing at near his peak. I saw him 2 years ago and he was playing as well as I've ever heard him.

He's been playing incredible shows all throughout the 90's and 00's. The Crossroads Festival is always unbelievable.

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Poster: wisconsindead Date: Sep 21, 2011 5:57pm
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over rated guitarist. Anyone can play the blues

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Poster: dark.starz Date: Sep 21, 2011 8:35pm
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I'll agree in terms of genre burnout, Blues & Reggae come to mind, but as far as Derek is concerned, he exemplifies the true traditions of the rock n roll melting pot and channels from places that mere mortals only dream of.

And BTFW, he is so completely fluid that he makes it look like bending strings and running scales are an everyman trait, which i'm not sorry to say, like Garcia, these guys have more talent in their little finger than most humans body's. Talk about a gifted crossover artist if there ever was one, Joni Mitchell also comes to mind.

Got a Heart Full of Soul!

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Poster: wisconsindead Date: Sep 21, 2011 9:07pm
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oh boy. Don't get me started on Reggae!

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Poster: user unknown Date: Sep 21, 2011 6:32pm
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not really

many try and are adequate, but to really "play the blues" is highly complex and relies on much mere than instrumental acumen.

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Poster: rdenirojb87 Date: Sep 21, 2011 6:41pm
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I think he was joking. I hope so! I don't think anyone on these boards is that ignorant about the blues.

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Poster: RBNW....new and improved! Date: Sep 21, 2011 7:04pm
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u sure you and him arent the same person????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? caN U DOWNLOAD THE SDBS?????????????

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Poster: wisconsindead Date: Sep 21, 2011 7:18pm
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if he was me then his latest thread would have been about the jack straw from 1987-04-06, der.

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Poster: wisconsindead Date: Sep 21, 2011 6:46pm
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nah I wasnt really joking. When it comes to the blues, it gets old fast, at least for me. Sure i enjoy the blues far more than lots of other music, i just dont really find it compelling. It becomes repetitive. I prefer to have more than one person on stage improvising. Which is why i think clapton is blah..... you heard one blues solo, well... almost.

And What I was getting at was anyone who can play guitar well can likely do what clapton does (guitar playing wise, im not referring to his writing). When playing with the typical drums bass guitar set up, I cant think of anything much easier to play than the blues. Especially if you're not playing lead guitar, then its very easy.

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Poster: RBNW....new and improved! Date: Sep 22, 2011 6:14am
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CLUEFUCKINLESS

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Poster: rdenirojb87 Date: Sep 21, 2011 7:26pm
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Do you play any instruments? I never fully appreciated the blues till I really got into guitar. Blues is all about feeling. The fact that many people could replicate what Clapton has played means nothing. They can't play it or sing it with the passion he does. Just look at B.B. King. He plays some of the easiest licks ever played, but his phrasing is perfect and nobody can play like him.

Can I ask what you think of SRV?

This post was modified by rdenirojb87 on 2011-09-22 02:26:48

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Poster: wisconsindead Date: Sep 21, 2011 7:33pm
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I play bass, but I'm not great. I usually just sub in for friends when the good players arent around.

I hear ya man, I like the blues, but its just too stagnant for me. Same with jazz. I wanna shout at everyone else in the band and be like "give me that fuckin thing!" then i rip into a crazy other one solo (LMAO). The best jams come from everyone jamming, not just joe.

SRV, i like him a hell of a lot more than clapton. I always boogie a bit when listening to him. Some of my first memories of listening to music were jamming to crossfire with my dad in the living room. I was probably 6. I also have a friend who cant get dead and plays Old Love OVER AND OVER AND OVER (good song tho). So needless to say his ignorance has made me even less fond of clapton, and part of the reason I continue to feel he is grossly overrated. So maybe im bias, but i still think blues is too repetitive.

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Poster: dark.starz Date: Sep 21, 2011 9:12pm
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Look,

SRV was a gifted instrumentalist, however, more often than not, he played the lines inspired by his mentors as compared to inspired passages of his own.

God Speed > SRV!

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Poster: rdenirojb87 Date: Sep 21, 2011 7:43pm
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Well blues is usually boring as shit on bass haha. No offense intended. My favorite style of bass is straight up funk. Victor Wooten always gets me groovin.

"The best jams come from everyone jamming, not just joe."
Kind of redundant there. Jamming implies multiple musicians. Blues isn't about jamming.

It's cool if you don't dig Clapton though. I can see how a musically ignorant friend could make you not wanna hear him. Some people have ruined my taste in certain bands as well.

Glad you like Stevie. Hard not to enjoy his godly talent. Blows Clapton outta the water with his chops.

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Poster: wisconsindead Date: Sep 21, 2011 8:02pm
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well right. I certainly enjoy playing it more than hearing it. But i cant play blues, because if I'm playing, I must improvise. Otherwise I'll just sit down.

And with this whole blues/clapton thing. Its kinda like criticizing a dead song. Its only shitty in comparison to a superior version. Blues > most music. Clapton > most musicians/bands.

This post was modified by wisconsindead on 2011-09-22 03:02:50

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Poster: William Tell Date: Sep 21, 2011 8:35pm
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IMHO, Clapton only really excelled with Bruce and Baker, and the complexity and energy of the jams, are truly astounding. You have to get the fall 67 stuff to appreciate it, but that trio, with EC as the weak link, showed something with the blues (and a bit more--really) that no one could match. And I say weak link in the most positive fashion possible.

But yeah, anything other than those couple of years, and he leaves me flat. I know he's technically good, but it does nothing for me...for those few shining moments, though, it was truly unreal. As you've read here, there wasn't a person that experienced it, musical talent or total amateur, that didn't come away with the same mind-blown take on CREAM.

As I have indicated now and again (har, har...getting bored?), of course; this just gives me an opportunity to remind JOTS of this fact...

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Poster: TOOTMO Date: Sep 22, 2011 6:02am
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Heh, heh, heh. The way rdeniro[] came out of the gate defending EC, I thought maybe you had changed your handle, Prime Minister Tell.

I see you survived the summer—good.

I've been spinning my Cream of latte; thanks again.

TOOTMO

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Poster: RBNW....new and improved! Date: Sep 22, 2011 6:14am
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CLUEFUCKINLESS

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Poster: SomeDarkHollow Date: Sep 22, 2011 7:54am
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While I certainly see your point about Clapton and respect your opinion, calling a guitar player, or any musician, overrated brings up the whole argument of rating anything. We've had numreous discussions around here about the "Top 100" lists that seem to be puked up on a regular basis. Invariably it turns into a "How could they leave (insert favorite musician here) off the list? They are obviously stupid beyond belief." Anyone with the nerve to come up with a Top Anything list and put it forward as representative of anything other than a sampling of individual opinion is a jackass. You feel Clapton is overrated? While in my opinion I dont agree, I certainly see your point and respect your opinion. Just because we have opposing viewpoints I dont automatically think of you as being "wrong", or "incorrect" or so stupid as to warrant immediate sterilization. My favorite thing around here is a good discussion where opposing veiwpoints are presented and respectfully argued. When threads devolve into folks getting on a "holier than thou" soapbox and negative opinions I usually "change the channel". For the most part this thread has been one of the good ones (taking into a accout WT's complete lack of taste and valuable opinions of any kind). Me? While I agree Clapton could easily be seen as a "niche" player, I find the subtleties in his playing head and shoulders above most other musician. When I listen to music now, it is all about subtleties; the perfect phrasing, the perfect note, the structure of a solo with a clear beginning, middle and end. I agree that just abount any talented musician has the ability to throw out some impressive notes, but do they have structure? Do the tell as story? The blues almost requires this. Jazz playing to me is different in that it doesn't necessarily need the structure, instead acting as an almost unrestricted playground for the players. I think this is where Jazz loses a lot of folks, they prefer the more structured environment a style like the blues provides.

But in the end it is always to each his own. Except for WT. Anything he says is simply wrong and should be ignored.

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Poster: wisconsindead Date: Sep 22, 2011 9:00am
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word to that. You bring up good points.

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Poster: rdenirojb87 Date: Sep 22, 2011 8:27am
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Very well said SDH! And I will never argue about Jazz with someone one doesn't like it. They probably never will due to the complete lack of musical structure at times that most people need in their music.

I understand this completely though and will never try to force somebody to like Jazz. It can sound very disjointed unless you really pay close attention to what's going on musically. A lot of Jazz music is similar to GD music in that you just don't "get it" when first exposed to it. It takes a lot of active listening for it to click sometimes.

I love music discussions and enjoyed defending Clapton here, but like you said the fun goes out the window when people get too defensive of their favorite musicians and can't take them being criticized. Music sounds different to everybody, and I know my musical tastes will never totally agree with those of someone else's. I enjoy that however because that's where fun debates come in.

And thanks for the advice on WT. I never trusted that shady old man ;)

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Poster: bluedevil Date: Sep 22, 2011 8:41am
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Funny, but the Dead taught my ear how to appreciate and love jazz. And jazz is a pretty damn broad term....
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SOBVa6Gg6PA

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Poster: SomeDarkHollow Date: Sep 22, 2011 8:49am
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I agree with that. Listening to the Dead most definitely "opened" my brain up to music that did not conform to the more conventional styles. I credit the Dead for my love for the likes of Miles, Bird and Montgomery. Also, while I certainly respect Jerry for giving the midi a shot, Metheny wrote the book on making it a true art form.

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Poster: SomeDarkHollow Date: Sep 22, 2011 8:39am
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WT = Shady Old Man

That about sums it up.

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Poster: bluedevil Date: Sep 22, 2011 8:31am
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Anyone who saw him on his recent tours with Doyle and Derek and then with Winwood is simply not paying attention if they think he doesn't bring it. The thing that most impressed me about EC was how he laid back - he let others shine and worked within the context of those bands to allow the music to be the primary focus - not the mastrubatory flurry of solo notes.

WT is still wrong - on everything except Willie Weeks.

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Poster: William Tell Date: Sep 22, 2011 1:42pm
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Yup; I think WW and SW defn brought out the "recent" best in EC. That's for certain.

SOM? SDH? These nicknames are a little too close for comfort...

And, "ear of the beholder" is the problem in a nutshell; half the folks that don't get CREAM just don't listen.

Take JOTS--has he EVER provided ANY evidence that he listens to my advice?

Case closed.

;)

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Poster: SomeDarkHollow Date: Sep 23, 2011 8:14am
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Sorry, but when it comes to Cream in the ear, I will bow to the master.

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Poster: rdenirojb87 Date: Sep 22, 2011 8:42am
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Clapton and Trucks together is the perfect combo for me. I'm such a sucker for slide guitar and nobody plays better slide today than Derek. They really brought out the best in each other on stage. I can only imagine how Trucks felt being able to jam with one of his biggest idols and musical influences. Well I guess he's used to all that by now.

Trucks and Tedeschi make me a happy man. Seeing them next month at a small theatre in NY

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Poster: RBNW....new and improved! Date: Sep 21, 2011 7:01pm
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clueless you are!!!!!!!!!

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Poster: William Tell Date: Sep 21, 2011 8:48pm
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Ha--all I keep picturing is YOU as Yoda...funny, cause I never had an image for ya, so hope you're okay with that?

No, I am not CLIFF's father...

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Poster: wisconsindead Date: Sep 21, 2011 7:16pm
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Bu de de, bum, bum, bum.
Bu de de, bum, bum, bum.


zzzzzzz........